InterGlobal sponsors Air Ambulance Alliance


InterGlobal is to sponsor the International Air Ambulance Alliance (IAAA), a network committed to raising the professional standards of fixed-wing air ambulance providers.

Marie-Christine Exon-Gallé, Head of InterGlobal Assistance at the international private medical insurer, said: "We wanted to engage fully with the air ambulance community to help to create global standards of professional operation for fixed-wing air ambulance providers." The IAAA, formed of air ambulance providers and medical services companies, was established in 2011 to challenge, negotiate and improve global standards of professionalism and patient care. Exon-Gallé added: "The creation of the IAAA is an important step forward for the industry and we're right behind their commitmen...

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